New Delhi [India], January 15 (ANI): When India celebrates Army Day, parliamentary leader Rahul Gandhi said he salutes the salutes made by Indian Army soldiers.
Gandhi is a Hindi word, “In honor of the sacrifices of Indian military personnel belonging to villages, peasants and middle-class families. The Indian army is the savior and pride of the country. Jai Hind” and Ram Nath. President Covind tweeted. , Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Defense Minister Radinas Singh also wanted soldiers, veterans, and their families on the occasion of Army Day.
The president emphasized that soldiers have shown professionalism, sacrifice and courage in defending borders and maintaining peace.
“Greetings to Army personnel and veterans on Army Day. The Indian Army is crucial to ensuring national security. Our soldiers are professional and sacrificed to protect borders and maintain peace. The country has shown courage. The country is grateful for your service. Jai Hind! “Rashtrapati Bhavan tweeted today.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that he acknowledged the bravery and professionalism of the Indian Army and is proud of the Army’s excellent contribution to overseas peacekeeping missions.
The Prime Minister also emphasized that Indian Army personnel are at the forefront of serving in hostile terrain and helping fellow citizens in the event of a humanitarian crisis.
“Indian Army personnel are at the forefront of serving in hostile terrain and helping fellow citizens in the event of a humanitarian crisis, including natural disasters. India is proud of the Army’s excellent contribution to overseas peacekeeping missions. I’m thinking, “Tweet Prime Minister Modi.
Army Day takes place on January 15th each year to celebrate Marshal Kodandera M. Calliappa, the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army.
On January 15, 1949, his position was taken over from the last British Commander-in-Chief, General Sir Francis Butcher. (ANI)
Rahul Gandhi salutes soldiers’ sacrifices on Army Day
SourceRahul Gandhi salutes soldiers’ sacrifices on Army Day